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2020 | 48 | nr 4 | 49--58
Tytuł artykułu

Shaping Entrepreneurial Intentions : the Impact of Entrepreneurship Eeducation on University Students

Warianty tytułu
Kształtowanie planów zawodowych. Wpływ edukacji z zakresu przedsiębiorczości na intencje przedsiębiorcze studentów uczelni wyższych
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Abstrakty
Celem artykułu jest zbadanie wpływu edukacji z zakresu przedsiębiorczości na intencje przedsiębiorcze i plany zawodowe studentów. W pracy podjęto próbę empirycznego określenia stopnia, w jakim edukacja z zakresu przedsiębiorczości może kształtować intencje przedsiębiorcze studentów. Do weryfikacji postawionych hipotez wykorzystano badanie ankietowe. W celu pomiaru zmiany w postawach studentów, subiektywnych normach, postrzeganej kontroli behawioralnej i zamiarach związanych z przedsiębiorczością przyjęto pracę na modelu grupy przed-testowej i post-testowej, wykorzystując Teorię Planowanego Zachowania (TPZ). Kwestionariusz wypełniło 210 studentów kierunków związanych z przedsiębiorczością (z 400), studiujących na publicznym uniwersytecie w Atenach (Grecja), rozpoczynających trzynastotygodniowy obowiązkowy kurs przedsiębiorczości. Drugi kwestionariusz został ponownie wysłany do tych samych studentów pod koniec tego kursu z prośbą o jego wypełnienie. Został on wypełniony przez 158 studentów z pierwotnej grupy respondentów. W obu przypadkach udział studentów był dobrowolny. Dobór próby miał charakter wygodny, ze względu na ograniczoną ilość dostępnych zasobów. Ustalenia badawcze potwierdziły teorię i wysunięte hipotezy. Autorzy wskazują, że edukacja w zakresie przedsiębiorczości może mieć pozytywny wpływ na postawę studentów, postrzeganą kontrolę behawioralną i ich intencje przedsiębiorcze dotyczące przyszłości. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of entrepreneurship education on university students' entrepreneurial intentions. The study attempts to empirically determine the extent to which entrepreneurship education can shape students' entrepreneurial intentions. A questionnaire- based survey is used to test the hypotheses examined. A pre-test-post- -test group design was adopted to measure the change in students' attitude, subjective norms, Perceived Behavioural Control (PBC) and entrepreneurial intention using the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). A questionnaire was completed by 210 business students (out of 400), studying at a public university based in Athens, Greece, at the beginning of their 13-week compulsory course in Entrepreneurship. A second questionnaire was re-sent to the same students at the end of the course and they were asked to complete it. The second questionnaire was completed by 158 students from the original respondent group. The student participation was voluntary at both times. The sample was a convenience one given that the resources available were limited. The findings lent support to the theory and the hypotheses proposed. The authors report that attitude, PBC and entrepreneurial intention can be positively influenced by entrepreneurial education. (original abstract)
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48
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49--58
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • University of West Attica, Greece
  • University of West Attica, Greece
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